Friday, August 30, 2013

Fresh Salsa

With an abundance of tomatoes coming from neighbor's gardens, it's high time we make some fresh salsa. I don't think I want to admit how often we make this in our house, but it's something that tastes especially good with locally grown produce. When I made this, I was swatting out hands just so I could take a quick picture.


Fresh Salsa
2 SERVINGS
PREP: 15 minutes           COOK: 0 minutes            READY IN: 15 minutes


  SIMPLE         HEALTHY      YUM
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INGREDIENTS


  • 2 large tomatoes (if you are using roma or smaller tomatoes, add a couple more)
  • 1 stalk of green onion
  • 1/2 jalapeno pepper (deseeded)
  • dash of sea salt

DIRECTIONS


  1. Dice the tomatoes.
  2. Cut off the root from the green onion stalk and chop.
  3. Cut the jalapeno into small strips and mince.
  4. Place all the ingredients into a serving dish and give it a dash of sea salt, or a little bit more if you'd like. 

NUTRITION FACTS



    1 cup serving    34 calories   0.3g fat   7.3g carbs    1.7g protein    4.9g sugar   
If you'd like a little variety, feel free to add avocado or substitute red onion for the green onions. You can also be flexible on the peppers depending what level of spiciness you like in your salsa. Enjoy!

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